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comment How long does it take for a chemostat to reach equilibrium?
@ColinMcFaul It's a simple set of equations describing an aspect of the real world. I'm not interested in any rigorous mathematics. You can see the chemostat as a complex system, which can be seen as a topic inside physics. Many universities have a complex systems group inside their physics departments. Also, Szilard, one of the creators of the chemostat, was a physisist. That's why I don't think this question is off-topic here.
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accepted Proving that interval preserving transformations are linear
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comment Definition of “localized state”
I suppose there's no "hard", precise definition?
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comment What properties are used to quantify the odds of a star harboring earth-like life?
Without a star, where does the planet get the energy necessary to sustain life? On the Earth, almost all the energy used by higher forms of life originates in photosynthesis, which depends on the sun light.
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comment Google interview riddle and scaling arguments
This question comes from Google? They do this in their interviews to new applicants?
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comment Uniqueness of Helmholtz decomposition?
cross-post: math.stackexchange.com/q/41844/10063
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comment Uniqueness of Helmholtz decomposition?
@Qmechanic the question you link is about existence. This question is about uniqueness.
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comment Why isn't the Earth's core temperature the average of its surface temperatures?
The question says: "the core is hotter than all but a few spots on the surface." Are there spots on the surface of the Earth that are as hot as the core?
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comment Is every quantum measurement reducible to measurements of position and time?
It is interesting that this question has 14 votes, while all 4 answers have 0 votes...